|embedding GEF/draw2 viewer/figures in table/tree cell [message #564599]
||Fri, 01 September 2006 14:03
| Al Major
Registered: July 2009
forgive the newbie question.|
i have a GEF/draw2d viewer/figure that i'd like to show in a tree-table
cell. my options are
a) use Tree/TreeViewer from SWT/JFace and write owner-draw code that
will paint the figure into the appropriate cell. since there is very
little support for this use-case currently, i'll essentially have to
write everything from scratch. i'd prefer not to do this.
b) use Nebula Grid? i'm completely new to nebula and not quite sure how
to do this, or if its even a use case for the grid. if it is not
currently a use-case, is this a direction that grid will be going in. if
so, will Grid and CTableTree features be merged at some point?
c) use Nebula CTableTree which appears to have this kind of application
as an explicit use-case. i'm assuming this will be the easiest to do. my
one reservation is that i'll eventually be needing more grid-like
functionality. so if Grid is intended to support this use-case in the
near future, i'd prefer to use it instead.
guidance would be appreciated.
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